Like ying yang, the color, green, conveys two opposites effectively: it stimulates as it soothes. We feel recharged and calm at the same time, filled with positive energy. It is the power of green, which manages to resonate without inner energy, rebalancing us (Color Psychology). You can bring the healing benefits of nature indoors with this impressive color, green. Green offers harmony.
Perhaps the most refreshing shade of green is mint. Though it is typically envisioned as a sweet and dainty pastel color, when used on an accent wall or on a unique piece of furniture, the power rather than the pastel of mint green unveils itself. A mint accent wall makes a small space feel larger, while also alleviating anxieties from the mind. It calms the senses and encourages imagination.
Lower the chaos and raise the creativity by painting a wall, a bookcase, a desk etc. in your home (or workspace), the color, mint green.
11 Minty Inspirations
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